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Iraq.. Turning the presidential election session into a "deliberative" after losing a quorum

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Post by rocky Mon 07 Feb 2022, 5:59 am

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Duty Free / Agencies - Dubai
February 07 2022
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The presidency of the Iraqi Council of Representatives decided, on Monday, to convert its session to deliberative, after losing the quorum to vote on the candidates for the post of President of the Republic.
The Presidency of the Parliament decided to transfer the session, after only 58 deputies were present, out of 329.
The deliberative session witnessed a discussion of "a number of decisions that do not require a parliamentary vote," according to Al-Hurra correspondent in Iraq.
It is noteworthy that the House of Representatives announced the postponement of its session half an hour before it was transferred.
The meeting was scheduled to take place at noon (09.00 GMT). But after a large number of deputies announced their boycott, there was no quorum for the parliament to convene (two-thirds of the 329 members).
These positions coincide with the Iraqi judiciary's announcement of suspending the candidacy of one of the most prominent candidates for the presidency, Hoshyar Zebari, as a result of suspicions of corruption.
The Sadrist movement's bloc, consisting of 73 deputies that supports Zebari, announced, since Saturday, a boycott of the session, that is, before the court's decision.
On Sunday evening, the "Sovereignty Alliance", which includes 51 deputies, led by Parliament Speaker Muhammad al-Halbousi, an ally of the Sadrist movement, revealed its boycott of the session.
The Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc, to which Zebari belongs, consisting of 31 deputies, announced its boycott "for the requirements of the public interest and with the aim of completing the consultations."
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